Cyber Security Summit

Active Defense
Preparing soldiers for the shifting battlefield

Are you losing the battle that you didn't even know you were fighting?

Today's cybersecurity professionals face the challenge of actively protecting the technology that automates the foundations of the modern lifestyle - electricity, water, food, healthcare, transportation and safety. Active defenders must be able to protect systems even while security trusts are broken such as open source security modules and identity management. What role does one play as the cyber arms/defense race expands?


Waukesha County Technical College
Richard T. Anderson Education Center
800 Main Street
Pewaukee, WI 53072


Friday, August 22, 2014
7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Hot breakfast provided. No cost to attend.

Recommended for:

CEOs, CIOs, IT security decision makers, law enforcement and local government representatives


Opening Remarks:

Denine Rood, Vice President – Learning, Waukesha County Technical College

Paco Sanchez, President, WOW Workforce Development Inc.

Keynote: Cyber Security – Active Defense

Matt Luallen, President, CYBATI and Dragos Security

Matt Luallen currently serves as a co-founder of Dragos Security and of CYBATI. The two companies collectively focus on cyber-protecting critical infrastructure control systems through products, research and education.

Panel Discussion: Current State of Cyber Security

Law Enforcement Experts

Panel Discussion: Trends and Impact on Business Functions

Local Industry Perspective

Closing Remarks: Preparing for the Future – Skillsets required to address cyber security threats and workforce demand

Matt Luallen, President, CYBATI and Dragos Security

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The expanded Network Enterprise Administrator – INTERFACE Accelerated training opportunities are available thanks to a TAACCCT grant, and priority is given to veterans and TAA workers (those who lost jobs due to layoffs as a result of foreign trade). The $23.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Trade Adjustment Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) Grant, which is shared among Wisconsin’s 16 technical colleges, has made this training possible.

To learn more about how the grant supports programming, contact the IT Skills and Placement Coordinator, at 262.691.5335.